Trespassing Lawyer | Serving San Jose, CA
35 Years of Experience in Helping Clients from the Bay Area with their Personal Injury Needs.
I am Brian J. O'Grady, a trial attorney handling personal injury and civil litigation cases throughout the Bay Area. My practice is devoted 100 percent to litigation. I draw on more than 35 years of legal experience to provide effective advocacy for injury victims and their families. I also represent individuals and small businesses spanning diverse industries. As a …
Trespassing Lawyer | San Jose, CA
Nationally Recognized, Award Winning Personal Injury Firm With Decades Of Experience. Call Today For A Free Case Evaluation.
Alexander Law Group, LLP is a nationally recognized, award-winning personal injury law firm with offices in San Jose and San Francisco, California. The attorneys at Alexander Law Group have decades of experience with outstanding results litigating difficult and complex cases against major insurance companies, large corporations, and public and government entities. We have …
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